Jen Edney

October 25, 2012 · Posted In: Art, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

Jen Edney’s motto, “Have Camera, Will Travel,” has led her to such places as Fiji, Suriname, Australia, and Cape Town. She estimates that 10 months of the year is spent traveling with her lens focused […]

Todd Schmaderer

Posted In: Downtown, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

For a man who never thought he’d be a police officer, Todd Schmaderer’s career in law enforcement certainly has seen a meteoric rise. Omaha’s once interim police chief was selected from four applicants for the […]

Turkey Fest

Posted In: Food & Drink, Lifestyle, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine, Places

For many, the very mention of the holiday season brings about fond memories and anticipation. But for those without close family and friends, the holidays can be a very lonely time. This is exactly why […]

Restaurant Review: El Basha Mediterranean Grill

Millard Roadhouse

Posted In: Food & Drink, Millard, Omaha Magazine, Places, Restaurants

If homemade comfort food is what you crave—think golden fried chicken, creamy mashed potatoes and gravy, and pork tenderloin—look no further than a historic eatery in southwest Omaha. Grab a friend or two (or more, […]

Mary Knickrehm

Posted In: Beauty, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

The misconception that beauty pageants only value skin-deep beauty is about to change. Omaha native Mary Knickrehm has personally taken on the challenge to show the rest of the world there is more beneath the […]

Custom Gems

Posted In: Art, Business, Central Omaha, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, Places

Imagine twin waterfalls, tall and narrow, magically frozen in freefall. The tumbling cascades are the clear, deep purple of winter shadows. When brilliant sunshine splashes across the rough surface, it assumes the glitter of sparkling […]

Surreal in Omaha

Posted In: Art, Downtown, Encounter, Lifestyle, People

“I’m into surrealism, as you can probably tell,” says artist Conrad Hinz with a laugh. That may be the one thing all viewers will agree on about his collection, showing at Hot Shops Art Center […]

The Ralston Arena

November 25, 2012 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Entertainment, Ralston, Recreation, Sports

While Ralston’s new $36 million arena is impressive, drawing big crowds and solid reviews, it isn’t getting too big for its britches. “We’re not going to target the U2s or the Bruce Springsteens,” said Lynn […]

brix Breaks New Ground